A report by the British Medical Association says NHS debt is taking its toll on accident and emergency departments in England.

Despite efforts from staff to tackle A&E waiting times, a survey conducted by the BMA and the British Association for Emergency Medicine suggests departments are struggling to sustain the four-hour access target because a shortage of hospital beds is delaying admissions from A&E.

Read the press release here

A report by the British Medical Association says NHS debt is taking its toll on accident and emergency departments in England.

Despite efforts from staff to tackle A&E waiting times, a survey conducted by the BMA and the British Association for Emergency Medicine suggests departments are struggling to sustain the four-hour access target because a shortage of hospital beds is delaying admissions from A&E.

Read the press release here